Delphos Daily Herald from Delphos, Ohio (2024)

LENDERS ATTEND CLEVELAND BASEBALL GAME Richard Carl Loeu, frofl- ney Loetz, Don McGue, Lee Macwhinney, George Mox, Joe Mox, Danny Mueller, Dave Mueller. Robert Mueller. Thomas Mueller, Bill Murray, GNtiP ftt thaii by, Stanley Backus, Larry Barnes, Jlm Norris, Richard Odenweller, fcttests at Bobby Baumgartner, Tommy Bruce Osmtm, Donald Osting, Jor- Btfttblc Header Thorrias Beerman, John Osting, Larry ftalston, Leonard and teltttef SeheffCf Head Blockbcrger, Donald Brickner, Bill Kentfro, Jim Rorabeck, Gary Broaddus, Philip Rose, Jack Rozelis, Charles Bryan, Lloyd Butler, ecf, Dick Scherger, Roger The tjelphos Little Leaguers, ac- Corttpanied by Pony Leagers, American Legion-Rotary club Schlereth, Mike Spieles, Teddy Spieles, Jack Staup, Mike Stepson, Carl Core, David teton, Dic 5 Stopher, Gary Strayer, der, Gerald Carder, James Carder, John Clark, Richard Clark- playefs and a number, of adults bienstberger, Danny ac Swartz, Richard Teman, Bob thoroughly enjoyed their trip to Dienstberger, Terry Di'enstbergpr, Irvin Trentman, Bob Cleveland and their visit to Cleve- iaBd Stadium as guests of the Cleveland Indians Sunday. Nifie thousand, one 'hundred and twenly-three visitors were included in this group as guests of the club on this occasion. Dclphos took a total of 131 boys and nine- teen adults.

Twelve Little League teams, the city Pony League team anO the Billy Doyle, Ed Bormatt, Tim Drewyore, -Bob Drewyore, Charles Eulitt, Kenneth Fair, Jim VanMeter, Billy Van Pelt, Jauk Wiechart, Paul Wieehart, Bill Weigle, Donald Wieging, Robert Feathers, Jimmie Fischer, "Den- Wiicox, Ronnie Wittier, Richard nis Flanagan, Dennis Foster, Wreede, Ronnie Wurst, Nick Youchum, Roger Wreede, Joe Youngpeter. Bill Slant, Thomas Slant, Ken- Bobby Foust. Larry Fought, Bob Genglcr, Eddie Graham, Stephen Grone, Don Hall, Philip neth Williams, John Wellman, Hall, Charles Hammond, Paul Ronnie Falter, Jack Imber, Ken Hammond, David Hedrick, Tom neth Kaverman, Dave Macwhin- Legion team, sponsored jointly by Hiegel, Eugene Hickey, Joe Illig, "ey. Jim Richey Donald Schlereth, the American Legion and the Ro- Dick Joseph, Larry Joseph, Lar- Jim Spieles, Willie Vasquez, Leon Club, were included. ty KfiJling, David Kill, Jack Koch, Vorst Michael Wilson, John Win- Thc boys in attendance were as.

Heins Krikils, Bobby Ladd.Tedd tcrs Jack Joha Dray, Ladd, Danny Laudick, Billy Lauf, Allen Wcichart. David Weichart, follows: Richard Allomeier, Charles Ash- pcnnis Lause, Gerald Lindeman, HOME LOAMS CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN 155 W. THIRD ST. DELPHOS, OHIO Eugene Keifer and Fred In charge of the party were Jack Koch.and Elmer Scherger. Other adults who assisted were: Tucker Fair, Floyd Schlereth, William Loetz, Richard Gronc, Paul Rozclle, Jim Feathers, Joe Alexander, William Murray, William Van Fertnan.

Clingcr, Richard Morgan, Bud Carter, Gene Calvclage, Ed. Wcicher, Harold Dray and A. J. Laudick. Also assisting were Don Grot- i house, Jim Odenwellcr and.

Roger I Wilhelm and eleven members of The manufacturers listed below will not have a Farm Equipment display at Ohio State Fair John. Deere Allis Chalmers Massey Harris Ford Dearborn International Harvester Minneapolis Moline New Idea, Oliver 'Case New and other'minalure line distributors. ALLEN COUNTY IMPLEMENT DEALERS ASSOCIATION the Legion-Rotary teams. and' Pony BASEBALL NEW YORK Bums and the B. Raves Lmoffcd the Giants' pennant beanstalk today i Leo Durocher lipped that "it's still a forty game season," as his team fumbled toward flag fadeQut.

The Giant manager, whose club has 40 games remaining, had their National" League lead reduced to a 'half game Sunday, and things looked down for the guys who threatened to run away from everybody in mid-July. i Brooklyn topped jthq Durocher men, 9 to 4, to complete a sweep of a three game series and make it seven losses in the last games played by the Polo Gouncl ers. This cut the Giant' lead to its shortest point.since June 20 I The Giants, who took" six straigh from the Bums early lastimbnth fis tho (New York Yankees madejij it seven in a row by beating the Boston! Red Sox, 14 to 9. Chicago's White Sox tumbled 9Mt away from the Indians by dipping a doubleheader to the Detroit Tigers, 2 to 1 and 8 to 7. In a single contest, ington Senators beat the PhlladeV phia Athletics, 4 'to 1.

The Dodgers defeated the Giants behind a seven-hitter by SPECIAL BALL PROGRAM HERE TO BENEFIT LITTLE LEAGUE Baseball Standing AMfeRtCAN LEAGW8 New York tO 44 45 47 87 ed 71 73 Cincinnati 56 St'. Louis 84 Chicagb 44 Pittsburgh 43 Brooklyn 70 Loes who won his sixth straight! Milwaukee 66 Strangely, four of the hits by the Philadelphia 55 Durochermen were hornets, solo blasts by Al Dark, Hank Thompl son, Willie Mays, and Ray May's rdundtripper Was'his 37th his first since July 28, and kept his hitting streak alive at if straight games. Brooklyn's nine-hit attack on five hurlers, starting with Jim' CnIca 74 ttearn, was highlighted by Duke Detroit 52 Snider's 29th homer and 30th' Washington 49 of the season by Gil Hodges. TBoston 47 Stringbean Gene Conley won his' Philadelphia 48 12th game against five losses with, Balt 0 l5 NATIONAL Cleveland 82 New York 80 33 37 44. 63 05 67 76 Pet CHI .614 ,869 ,584 3Vfe .401 14 .483 14 .470 16V6 .383 26V6 .871.28 Pet OB ,913 .684 3 .627 9V6 .452 30 .403 .412 .339 43 ffro fevetiU Silted tot August 30 Attraction ft Timers vs.

Junior Nine And VtUmftt vs. Of e.v- hound. Bulldogs. a seven-hitter over the Cubs. Mil.

AMERICAN 80 66 waukee set a three-game ndlana lis anc high of 129,588 when 42,609 Louisville fans showed up for tho ....61 club's latest conquest. Joe Adcpck Paul led an eight-hit Milwaukee 5 against Johnny KHppstein' 60 41 57 QO 63 63. 4,30 gal 1.42 qt. Onc-coit FUilux wjl! pjfni (he key interior decorating, tasy to use and jvailjblc in wide fiU'jc of beauliful colon, riiulux wall paint deles quickly (o mtgnlficeni long-lusting finiili. For colorful new rooms, buy Fhilux codiy! Goes (moodily isicl) bfush DELPHOS HARDWARE 00.

now have succumbled four times in a to.the Brooks. What's more, the seven' game lead they held over Brooklyn and the length advantage" they enjoyed over Milwaukee on July 20, was just past: history. The amazing Braves moved to within games of the top they won their ninth straight and 20th out of their Jast-22, by-down, ing the Chicago Cubs, 2'to J. The schedule from her on in favors the Braves and the Dodgers. Leo's "40" includes 23 jousts with first division clubs.

Jn other National League games Sunday the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Cincinnati Redlegs, 14 to 12, and the Pittsburgh Pirates downed the Philadelphia Phillies, 9 to 8. The second game of a double-header was tied at 6-6 when it was suspended because of the Sunday crewfew. It will bo com. pleted Sept.

21. Cleveland's Indians kept up their solid winning ways in the American League and increased their lead to three games by sweeping a pajr from their Baltimore Oriole "cousins," 5 to 2 and 3 to 1. The Tribe's sixth straight came with a double and two singles; Art scored, his 12th win and Mike Garcia his 15th as the Tribe made it 13th in a row over the Orioles. Houtteman six hits in six innings in the opener and a three run homer by Larry Doby; his 27th, won the game the bottom of the sixth. surance runs in the eighth.

Al Rosen singled across two in-' Garcia up six hits in an eight inning stint and was helped by a fourth-inning roundtripper by Bobby Avila. Garcia also singled across a run in th fifth and Avila doubled home in the final run in the seventh. Cal Abram's eighth inning homer was the lone Baltimore rUn. The Yankees scored eight in the first, ballooned their lead to 11-0 after three innings and then staggered to their victory over the Bostix. Bob Grim won his 16th' for the Bombers, but the rookie was Blasted out after seven innings, as I Boston fought bock.

The Ynnjjf! made 15 hits, including -Mickeyj IMantle's 26th homer. Boston had 13, including a grand-slammer by Harry Agganis and a two-run blast by Sammy White. Detroit's Steve Gromek tossed a four-hitter to beat the Chisox. in the opener, and the Bengals ruined Virgil Trucks' bid for his 18th win by tagging the righthand- er for ten hits and eight runs in three and one third innings. The-Cardinals beat the Redlegs despite consecutive ninth inning homers by Gus Bell, Ted Kluszewski No.

35 and Jim This slugathon saw 30 hits, .661 .537 15 .504 19 .488 21 .488 21 .475 23' .463 24 .407 31 City 57 ,63 47,,66 Charleston 50 -73 GAMES TTpDAV NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at. Brooklyn N. Only game scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE games scheduled. American Auoclaiion Kansas City at Columbus N.

Indianapolis at Charleston N. St. Paul at Louisville N. Minneapolis at Toledo N. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 9, New York 4.

Milwaukee 2, Chicago 1. St. Louis 14, Cincinnati 12. Pittsburgh 9-6, Philadelphia 6-6. Second game called end of 8th Sunday curfew.

To be completed Sept. 21. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 5-3, Baltimore 2-1, New York 14, Boston. 9. Detroit 2-8, Chicago 1-7.

Washington 4, Philadelphia AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 9-2, Columbus 3-3. Minneapolis 15,. Tpledo 3. Louisville 2-1. Charleston 5, Indianapolis 2.

NOTICE Weigle's grocery will be closed all day Thursday, August 19. 56 a seven run fourth by the Cards in which Joe Cunningham hit a homer and a homer by Stan Musial- No. 31., Pittsburgh made it four straight with their first game win over the Phils as they scored eight runs in the last -four innings. Johnny Schmitz gave up seven hits and. won'hjs seventh game of tho season as the No, ts beat the A's.

Jim Busby drove in three runs with a pair of singles. NOTICE Worms jrjake Cull Chickens. Remove them, Qyickly and.J!asl}y with Triway or Trlvern. Amstutx Hatchery, 72c72 Removals Made In Ambulance The following removals wer made in the Oscar Kolkmeye ambulance over the week-end: Mrs. Alfred from her home on West Seventh stree to St.

Rita's hospital, Mrs. Richard Heidenescher and infant son from St, Rita's "hospital Lima, to their home" on North West 2 street. Throttle Twisters Meet Tuesday There will be a meeting of the Delphos Throttle Twisters Motorcycle Club Tpesday, August 17, at 7:30 p. at the Buss Sanders residence, route 2, Delphos. Read the Want Adi CONSISTENT CLOUTER The Delphos Lttje League, baseball prpgra 'mis scheduled to benefit from a special outstanding ball eveijt, being planned, under the sponsorship of the local.

Junior Chajnber of Commerce on Sunday, August 29. the "top ball clubs" in NbrthViteatern Ohio, right here in Delphos, be seen in the outstanding double header to be plny- ed on the stadium diamond here in two weeks. The" first gatne will pit' the "great Delphos Old Timers" bail clWagaln'st the local Legion-Rotary ball team. The high school boys are. still "licking their wounds" from jhe terrible shellacking they'suffered at the hands 1'OldI Timers" when the two teams met" a few weeks ago.

Paul "Old told Herald "Those" k'ids haven't seen nothfiv Jhe second game of this special progrflm' will feature two of the "most famous Softball 'teams" of the area, and js expected to be -Wth. thrills phills, Tangling the "famous" Vfgt and tlie Greyhound "The August 29 program, "has been scheduled raise fun4s for League ball program which has been going.strpng throughout ithe sqniinpr.months. Tickets for the bal) program- will cents fojr aduJts and 25 cents be available frorn uny Little playefs fenfl at" number of local retail- stores. Local, Area Men At Ft, Knox Camp Several Delphos and area men are in summer camp with the' 387th Eng. Avn.

Gp. at Fort presently. Included are Jack E. Cochcnspaf-gcr, 835 South Main street; Pfc. John Schroedor, 134 South Jefferson street; Cpl.

James B. Jones, Spencervllle; Pfc. Paul O. Michon, Elida; Pfc. Ottmar J.

Siefker, Route 2, Delphos. The 387th is commanded by Lt. Col. Marcellus Durbln, St. Marys.

Monday, Augtift! Removals In Ambulance The following removals made over the week-end 1ft the Harter and Son ambulance! Mrs. John Keltner from the Vhn 'Wcrt coimty to her home on South Tyler sttcet, Van Wert. Larry Princ from his home oh Route 66 St. Rita's has- pltal, Lima. NOTICE Worms make unthrifty layers.

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Delphos Daily Herald from Delphos, Ohio (2024)


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About Us. Thank you for your interest in The Delphos Daily Herald, Keeping our readers informed about local community issues has been a tradition in Delphos for over 138 years. The first issue of The Delphos Herald rolled off the press in 1869 as a weekly newspaper.

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A settlement was established between 1836 an 1842. Pioneers from Germany arrived between 1832 and 1846. In 1851 the four towns agreed to merge into a single town, which was called Delphos. It was famous as a major port along the Miami and Erie Canal, with transshipment facilities for several major railroads.

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Located in Northwest Ohio, Delphos is nestled along the historic Lincoln Highway. Established as a major port along the Miami Erie Canal in the 1800s, the city has grown to enjoy an international reputation as a manufacturing center.

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Living in Delphos offers residents a suburban rural mix feel and most residents own their homes. In Delphos there are a lot of parks. Many families live in Delphos and residents tend to be conservative. The public schools in Delphos are highly rated.

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Delphos may refer to: Delphos (mythology), the son of Apollo in Greek mythology; Delphi was named for him. Isle of Delphos, a former name for the island of Delos, mythological birthplace of Apollo.

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Delphos has an overall crime rate of 8 per 1,000 residents, making the crime rate here near the average for all cities and towns of all sizes in America. According to our analysis of FBI crime data, your chance of becoming a victim of crime in Delphos is 1 in 127.

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